I would use more than a decade of leadership experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to raise standards for our neighborhood schools. I’m not endorsed by employee unions, charter school advocates, or other special interests because I would be an independent and relentless voice for our students.
San José Unified has amazing stories to tell and a world of ideas waiting to be tapped. We also can’t be afraid to engage in difficult conversations about the challenges we face and creative solutions to move our district forward. We need to open the lines of communication and build a more unified community of students, families, employees, and neighbors.
Schools are the cornerstone of our community. If we come together around our common dreams and aspirations for our children, we won’t just improve test scores or school ratings – we will ensure a brighter future for all.